About CASA

Providing volunteers to advocate for the best interests of child victims of abuse in court is CASA's only program. Our volunteers put in an estimated 27,000 hours of volunteer time every year.
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Volunteer

The mission of CASA is to provide trained community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who come to the attention of the court as a result of abuse or neglect.
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Make Donations

Your donation will allow CASA Nashville to recruit, train and support nearly 200 court-appointed advocate volunteers each year. Of all CASA children, 90% do not re-enter the child welfare system.
Ways to Give
Saturday
April, 28th at 6:00 PM
Vanderbilt Commodore Ballroom 

 

In the story of the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy is given a gift of red shoes and the instructions to click her heels and say the mantra, “there is no place like home.” CASA believes that this mantra holds a lot of significance and truth for each of us and that there really is no place like a safe, permanent home. Dorothy’s red shoes have become the symbol and inspiration for CASA’s Red Shoe Party, an annual fundraiser featuring a silent auction, music, food, dancing, and a fun-filled good time, all while generating support for our the CASA Nashville program. We invite you to come and hear the stories of our advocates, celebrate the children who are at home, and partner with us to make certain that every child in our community who has experienced abuse and neglect can have an advocate to speak for their best interest and help them find their home.

Lift up a Child’s Voice. A Child’s Life.

Annual Report

Click the link below to see our Annual Report for 2016-2017. Thank you for your ongoing support!

CASA Annual Report 2016-2017

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